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Jan 8, 2015
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Just a quick Ohm's Law video. Sorry about the fan noise. I used the pHET Circuit Construction Kit.
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Dec 20, 2014
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A walk through of the elevator home lab math. Remember a bathroom scale tells us Normal Force and not Weight. As long as your bathroom is not accelerating Normal Force will equal Weight.We need Net Force to get the acceleration of the elevator. Net Force is the sum of all forces acting on an object. Remember weight should be negative since it points down.
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Podcasting is the hip new thing. OK, it's not really new, but it is fairly new in education. For more on a description of what podcasting is and some other resources you should check out the page from a summer program I ran (it also includes links to information on copyright). One thing to remember is that podcasting is a very specific word that is often used very generally. Don't sweat it. If you want to make audio or video available on the net then just do it and don't worry if it is...
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Dec 18, 2014
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Lets run through some vocab and basic concepts as fast as we can so we can get to the good stuff.
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Dec 18, 2014
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Here's the explination for the problems we worked in class. This should help review for the test.
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Dec 18, 2014
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This is a quick preview of our upcomming DMAPT meeting for Febraury 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Dec 14, 2014
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Today's tool is very simple and very useful. It was first pointed out to me by Ben Rimes over at The Tech Savvy Educator. It is Online-Stopwatch.com. Basically it's a stopwatch or a count down timer. I find online stopwatch very useful when trying to keep either myself or my students on task. When we break up into groups to do a lab or a problems solving activity many students lack a sense or urgency. All I need to do to get them really moving is start up the countdown timer and turn my laptop...
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Dec 6, 2014
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Lets run through some vocab and basic concepts as fast as we can so we can get to the good stuff.
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Dec 6, 2014
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We play with Visual Analyser and Audacity to begin our exploration of sound.
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Dec 6, 2014
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I don't like lecturing, I'd much prefer to do lots of hands on activities and have the students learn from doing. Unfortunately, I have to lecture from time to time just due to the massive amount of information I have to impart to my students. So when I recently watched a video by Professor Eric Mazur on a teaching style he class "Interactive Teaching" I was hooked.The basic idea behind Interactive Teaching is two fold. The first part is:Students read before lectureStudents go online...
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Dec 6, 2014
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This is a quick preview of our upcomming DMAPT meeting for Febraury 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Dec 6, 2014
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This is a quick preview of our upcomming DMAPT meeting for Febraury 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Variables aren't much good unless you can do math with them. Who knew your math classes could be useful? This video is part of a Virtual high school course at Divine Child High School. physcomp.flosscience.com
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An introduction to the basic drawing functions within Processing. This video is part of a Virtual high school course at Divine Child High School. physcomp.flosscience.com
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May 23, 2011
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Variables in Processing. This video is part of a Virtual high school course at Divine Child High School. physcomp.flosscience.com
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May 4, 2011
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Quick walkthrough of force diagrams on hanging masses, including an introduction to the idea of systems.
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Jun 18, 2010
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Quick video introduction to Processing. Part of a virtual class at Divine Child High School.
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May 23, 2010
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Quick video introduction to Processing. Part of a virtual course offered at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, MI.
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May 22, 2010
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Setting up a push button with an Arduino and a quick walkthrough of the code. Part of a virtual class at Divine Child High School.
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May 17, 2010
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Just a quick introduction to the concepts related to circular motion. Standards: P2.2A,D; P3.4fThe waiter's tray was first shown to me by Mark Davids at a meeting of the DMAPT.
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Mar 13, 2010
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Conservation of Momentum in Explosions!!! OK, not as cool as Myth Busters, but we do this in our high school classroom. Plus my high speed only goes to 500 frames/second.
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Mar 13, 2010
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High Speed video shot for video analysis. 500 fames/second
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High speed video shot for video analysis. 500 frames/second
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Introduction to the conservation of energy in a freestyle ski jump. Would you get bigger "air" on the moon?From:http://brainbites.nasa.gov/#/big-air-on-moon
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Introduction to the conservation of energy in a freestyle ski jump. Would you get bigger "air" on the moon?From:http://brainbites.nasa.gov/#/big-air-on-moon
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Introduction to the conservation of energy in a freestyle ski jump. Would you get bigger "air" on the moon?From:http://brainbites.nasa.gov/#/big-air-on-moon
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Mar 8, 2010
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Just a quick video showing how to attach an Arduino to a breadboard and attach an LED to pin 13 for the Blink sketch. Part of a virtual course offered at Divine Child High School.
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This is the second in a short series of videos describing how I create my Democasts and what equipment I use. This episode I focus on camera choice.
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Dec 18, 2009
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Physics Lecture reviewing Ohm's Law math and concepts.
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Dec 15, 2009
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Directions for a home lab involving vector addition and equilibrium. P3.1A; P3.2A,C,d
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This is a video titled 'Falconphysics Democast - Newton's Second Law'.
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Where do images form in plane mirrors? How do two way mirrors work? reflection, incident, normal line. P4.8A,B
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Where do images form in plane mirrors? How do two way mirrors work? reflection, incident, normal line. P4.8A,B
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Oct 31, 2009
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A discussion of Newton's First Law of Motion including some demos.
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Oct 31, 2009
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Can you be accelerating and not moving at the same time? The answer is Yes, btw. 1D Motion
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Oct 22, 2009
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High Speed video created for a high school project on the physics of sports.
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Oct 22, 2009
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High Speed video created for a high school project on the physics of sports.
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Oct 20, 2009
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High Speed video created for a high school project on the physics of sports. Scale and frame information on the second frame.
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Oct 20, 2009
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High Speed video created for a high school project on the physics of sports. Scale and frame information on the second frame.
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Oct 14, 2009
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High Speed video created for a high school project on the physics of sports.
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Oct 12, 2009
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Water ballon shot with a blow dart. Filmed at 500 frames/second. The dart goes through the middle of the baloon.
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Oct 12, 2009
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Water ballon shot with a blow dart. Filmed at 500 frames/second. The dart goes through the middle of the baloon. The dart just barely clips the edge of the water. Great example of inertia
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Oct 12, 2009
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Water ballon shot with a blow dart. Filmed at 500 frames/second. The dart goes through the middle of the baloon. The dart hits off center and carves a furrow in the water.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 9, 2009
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A video shot with a high speed camera for a high school physics class. Look for frame and scale information on the second frame.
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Oct 4, 2009
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How fast does Superman move as he leaps a tall building in a single bound? A graphical approach to solving motion problems
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Oct 4, 2009
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How fast does Superman move as he "Leaps a tall building in a single bound"? A graphical approach to kinematic problems.
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Oct 4, 2009
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I've blogged about Tracker before, but I have to say yet again that it totally rocks. I have this video clip that I use with my students every year of a student jumping as high as he can. Joe, the student, does the predictable, he lifts his legs and arms while in the air. Traditionally I've had students track the motion of three points on Joe. His head, torso, and feet. We've already talked about the acceleration due to gravity near Earth's surface so I ask them why the acceleration of the...
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I was asked to list the equipment , utilities, and websites I use to produce my videos. I figured why list when I can show. Here's the first in a series of videos focused on my process.
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Oct 3, 2009
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Particles vibrate parallel to the direction energy is transferredCompression - Particles closer togetherRarefaction - Particles more spread outSpeed of the wave depends on the medium and not on the amplitudeLinksSimulation - Wave Interference at PhET
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Oct 3, 2009
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Particles move perpendicular to the direction of energy transferCrest - Top of the WaveTrough - Bottom of the waveWavelength - Measure from one point on one wave to the same point on the next waveAmplitude - Height of a wave measured from rest positionSpeed depends on the mediumEnergy is proportional to the square of the amplitudeLinks:Simulation -Wave on a String from PhET
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This is a video titled 'Falconphysics Democast - Destructive Interference'.
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Sep 30, 2009
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The original idea for this can be found on the internet in a variety of places. Personally I got this implementation from Don Pata. The music I use was composed and performed by some of my students.
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InterferenceTwo waves or pulses in the same place at the same time combine and appear to be a single wave or pulse. The waves continue on unchanged by the interaction in the direction of propagation (i.e. the direction they were traveling).Constructive interference happens when the resulting amplitude is larger.Destructive interference happens when the resulting amplitude is smaller. In some cases there is Complete Destructive interference where there is no sign of a wave or pulse passing.
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Sep 30, 2009
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Almost all sounds we hear are composed of multiple frequencies interfering with one anotherUse Audacity to analyze a sound for its component harmonicsUse the Generate Tone function to reproduce the component frequenciesAudacity is free and is available for Windows, OS X, and Linux
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Sep 14, 2009
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Tacoma Narrows Bridge video is in the Public Domain and is available at http://www.archive.org/details/Pa2096Tacoma
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Sep 12, 2009
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Tacoma Narrows Bridge video is in the Public Domain and is available at http://www.archive.org/details/Pa2096Tacoma
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Sep 12, 2009
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Quick Introduction to Longitudinal WavesParticles vibrate parallel to the direction energy is transferredCompression - Particles closer togetherRarefaction - Particles more spread outSpeed of the wave depends on the medium and not on the amplitude
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Sep 12, 2009
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Quick overview of transverse waves. Particles move perpendicular to the direction of energy transferCrest - Top of the WaveTrough - Bottom of the waveWavelength - Measure from one point on one wave to the same point on the next waveAmplitude - Height of a wave measured from rest positionSpeed depends on the mediumEnergy is proportional to the square of the amplitude
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Jul 17, 2009 Physics class at Divine Child High School
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Videos taken as part of a high school physics assignment. Some high speed videos, 250 or 500 frames per second. File name indicates this.
Topic: physics
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Jun 15, 2009
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I just bought something for my physics class that I'm sure I'll have to justify to someone. I bought a color changing light. What's the problem? Well the new state physics standards make no mention of mixing colors of light. But it's too cool to leave out, so I'm teaching it anyway. If they ask, I'll tell them I'm using it for a critical thinking exercise (which does happen to be true).I've been planning on buying a 3W RGB LED and building control circuitry for a couple of years based on a...
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May 14, 2009
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Lecture on how the speed of light was determined. Recorded during class.
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The title really says it all. A bit of the lecture from March 4th, 2009
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May 9, 2009
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Just a quick Ohm's Law video. Sorry about the fan noise. I used the pHET Circuit Construction Kit.
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May 9, 2009
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Quick tutorial for how to use tracker when your video was shot at a different frame rate than the video files says it is. For example, our high speed camera creates video files that are shown at 10 frames per second even though the video was shot at 250 or 500 frames per second.
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May 4, 2009
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Three ways of charging objects. There were a few other ideas covered as well.
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Apr 13, 2009
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Here's a quick introduction to Tracker. Tracker is free from Open Source Physics.
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Mar 25, 2009
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Watch this and take notes. This video will show you how to locate images in converging mirors.
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Feb 21, 2009
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Just a short bit of lecture finishig our discussion of loudness/decibles. For more information you can check out the page I used in the lecture.http://www.dangerousdecibels.org/hearingloss.cfm
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Feb 17, 2009
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We play with Visual Analyser and Audacity to begin our exploration of sound.
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Feb 12, 2009
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Lets run through some vocab and basic concepts as fast as we can so we can get to the good stuff.
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Feb 11, 2009
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Lets run through some vocab and basic concepts as fast as we can so we can get to the good stuff.
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Podcasting is the hip new thing. OK, it's not really new, but it is fairly new in education. For more on a description of what podcasting is and some other resources you should check out the page from a summer program I ran (it also includes links to information on copyright). One thing to remember is that podcasting is a very specific word that is often used very generally. Don't sweat it. If you want to make audio or video available on the net then just do it and don't worry if it is...
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Feb 8, 2009
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This is the portion of our lecture from Feb. 4th that was projected on the screen. It doesn't include the pendulum demonstration.
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Feb 1, 2009
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Pictures from the 50th Anniversary bash of the Detroit Metropolitan Area Physics Teachers held at Wayne State University in 2008. Pictures by Walter Krell
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Need a sub plan? Don't have a projector? No reliable internet connection at school? Why not burn your videos to a DVD?DVD Flick is a free program for burning DVDs. It is very easy to use, but like any other DVD creation solution the encoding does take time.I also recommend trying a test DVD to make sure your burned DVD will play in your classroom prir to counting on it for your day's lesson.
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Jan 27, 2009
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This is a quick preview of our upcomming DMAPT meeting for Febraury 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan.
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teachertechbites.com I try to never rely on watching streaming internet videos in class. Too many times I've tried and the internet has been slow or down. So now I download the videos to my computer if I can.Stuff to KnowNot all streaming videos can be downloadedYou may need to a special player to play the video you downloadTwo Ways to do itDownloadHelper - Firefox extension. WARNING: The DownloadHelper folks try to help out their users and have compiled a list of popular sites for downloading...
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Jan 26, 2009
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This is a quick preview of our upcomming DMAPT meeting for Febraury 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Jan 26, 2009
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This is a quick preview of our upcomming DMAPT meeting for Febraury 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Jan 24, 2009
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This is one of many previews for the DMAPT meeting to be hosted on February 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, MI
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Jan 24, 2009
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This is one of many previews for the DMAPT meeting to be hosted on February 3rd, 2009 at Divine Child High School in Dearborn, MI
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Dec 16, 2008
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Shift your coordinate plane to match your plane.
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Dec 16, 2008
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This is a video titled 'Quick Equillibrium Problem'. Find the equillibrium force.
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Dec 4, 2008
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Lab Report Data Table including: Angle, Ax, Ay, A (from IP), A (calculated with gSIN(Î))Conclusion â Just Answer these questions: As angle increases what happens to acceleration in the x and y direction? Why do these change?Why is the acceleration we got from Interactive Physics different from the one we got from a= gSIN(Î)?Does the magnitude of the difference change? Why? Remember any conclusions must be supported by specific examples from your data!  
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Dec 4, 2008
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This is a video titled 'Forces on a Ramp'.
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Nov 6, 2008
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A walk through of the elevator home lab math. Remember a bathroom scale tells us Normal Force and not Weight. As long as your bathroom is not accelerating Normal Force will equal Weight.We need Net Force to get the acceleration of the elevator. Net Force is the sum of all forces acting on an object. Remember weight should be negative since it points down.
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Oct 21, 2008
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Here's the explination for the problems we worked in class. This should help review for the test.
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Oct 21, 2008
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A quick walkthrough of the Acceleration Quiz. There were four different forms of the quiz. The only difference between them was the numbers. The set-up is the same even if your numbers are different.
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Oct 19, 2008
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Just a quick explination of what you should have gotten for an answer and why most of the answers turned in were either incomplete or in some other way inadequate.
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Oct 15, 2008
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A walktrhough of a few problems from the book. I ran out of time on the last one, so I didn't get a chance to describe why the answer is twice as big as the equation says it is. You'll just have to go back into your notes for that.
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Deceleration Does Not Exist In physics we try not to us the word decelerate. Instead, while moving forward, if we are speeding up we have positive acceleration and when we slow down we have negative acceleration. What about if we're "going" backwards? While moving backwards (negative velocity), if we are speeding up we have negative acceleration and when we slow down we have positive acceleration. If both acceleration and velocity have the same sign that means the object is speeding...
Topics: physics, motion, acceleration, blip
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Sep 30, 2008
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Types of VelocityAverage Velocity - Just what it sounds like. Total distance divided by total time. Instantaneous Velocity - Velocity in an instant.Initial Velocity - Velocity at the start of our observation.Final Velocity - Velocity at the end of our observation.Change in Velocity - How much did velocity change? This is always Final minus Initial (it can be negative).AccelerationAcceleration is the rate of change in velocity.  In this class we will be dealing with average or constant...
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Sep 22, 2008
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Sorry I've been out for awhile. School's been very busy. Enough about that, on with the tech bite. So, I've already shared Super for video conversion. You may have noticed that Super writes metadata to your files. Metadata is the stuff that shows up in your media player that includes things like artist, genre, album, year and such. If you're making audio or video files for your class you may want to change this information.Mp3tag is a free program that lets you do just that. It's very easy to...